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THE CORRELATION COEFFICIENT BETWEEN TWO VARIABLES A AND B IS 0.25.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN ABOUT THE REALATIONSHIP BETWEEN VARIABLES A AND B ?
A. There is a weak relationship between A and B
B. B is 25% of A
C. There is a strong relationship between A and B
D. A is 25% of B
SOMEBODY CAN ANSWER THIS QUESTION?
The Answer Is A..
Its is A Weak Correlation Coefficient Between A and B …
If u Don’t Understand Just Read definition of Correlation Coefficient in Text Book BBP
hey hans007s thanks you so much…
ya i read definition of Correlation Coefficient in text book BBP .
Dude actually i dont read the text book.